The Mitochondria and Metabolism Center (MMC) housed at UW Medicine, South Lake Union is home to a large and diverse community of researchers. The MMC brings together multi-disciplinary investigators from across the university and its affiliated institutions to foster interactions, promote research, and to share resources.
This is an exciting time in basic research as recent discoveries in molecular processes, involved in diseases such as cardiovascular disease, will advance prevention, therapeutics, and diagnostics. Please consider supporting our scientists in their efforts.
The Wang Lab has a recent publication in Nature Communications “CaMKII induces permeability transition through Drp1 phosphorylation during chronic b-AR stimulation”
Distinguished Lecture Series
Tuesday, February 28, 9am, SLU, Orin Smith Auditorium
Howard Rockman, MD
Title: Biased GPCR Signaling in the Heart
Friday, March 3, 4-5pm, Admin Building C123AB
Hannele Ruohola-Baker Lab/Mark Van Gilst Lab
Thursday, March 9, 2pm, Brotman Auditorium
Special Guest Lecture
Michael Sack, MD, PhD
Title: Lysine Acetylation in Controlling Mitochondrial Biology, Metabolism and Signaling